Russian motocross fail

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1. banzemanga 2 years ago

lmao. Certainly not expecting this to happen. Now that is an enjoyable fail; Really funny and seriously injured. :P

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2. WorldChampion 2 years ago

That will buff right out.

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3. ThiDubstepLover 2 years ago

I think they still use motocrosses from u.r.s.s.

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4. krillemaster 2 years ago

quality to the extreme

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5. MajorIdea 2 years ago

The first guy did sound Russian. All others sounded Portuguese.

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6. sux2bu 2 years ago

Calling that POS a motocross bike is a bit of an exaggeration,me thinks.

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7. freshdrop 2 years ago

Go on then sux2bu. Define a motocross bike.

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8. PortugaL26 2 years ago

Not Russia, it's Portugal. these guys are from a village not very far away from where i live actually.
yeah, we got lots of rednecks over here too.. :D

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9. dickheadred 2 years ago

Hahahaha chinese welds on re-processed scrap metal FAIL !!

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10. Mrpenguinb 2 years ago

now jonny put your motorbike back together! :D

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11. Siruss 2 years ago

That must of been one heck of a Kinder Surprise Egg. :O

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12. Kaworu 2 years ago

Nothing that a little duck tape and elbow grease cant fix. >:)

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13. sux2bu 2 years ago

#7 Well lets start with a frame and suspension system that can take the rigors of landing from a jump without snapping in half and killing the rider. Then a front fender that will keep the front tire from loading the engine with mud. Knobby tires are a must (and I did not see any here) plus an engine of at least 100-125 cc to make it competitive.
The bike in this vid is just some sort of play bike,and since the rider did not have a helmet on , I guess he is an idiot. (was it you?)

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14. tega 2 years ago

Russian? not that I'm proud, but unfortunately that is in Portugal, that couldn't be more far from Russia in europe

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15. kissmybackbone 2 years ago

it's a damn scooter not a dirt bike !
those things aren't made for that, no wonder the stuff breaks.

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16. freshdrop 2 years ago

#13 Motocross bikes fracture frames and suspension very often. It's Knobbly not knobby. (you are knobby)... And your engine capacities leave a lot to be desired, your knowledge is from your chair. On which you sit, daily. You have never ridden and will never ride a bike, motocross nor otherwise, as you have been sitting for too long in front of a monitor.
Idiot? Don't patronise me fat boy. You couldn't even control this 'POS' as you call it.

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17. sux2bu 2 years ago

freshplop , you must have had some pretty sorry-ass MX bikes if you had cracked frames and suspension components "very often". And it is KNOBBY tires, not knobbly, dumbass. You might have knobbly knees,but not tires.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knobby_tire

I started racing MX in 1973 on a 250MX Yamaha and then got sponsered by Husqvarna in 1974 to race the AMA 250cc MX circuit.After a lot of fun and a few injuries I gave it up for other things. For the last 9 years I have been riding a Harley.What do you ride,mopeds?

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18. Analizethat 2 years ago

Harley's are great. My dad owns a Sportster 883 custom. But still your comments are pretty arrogant from what i've seen.